Energy Saving Changes at CPCC

CPCC’s temperature standards are 74F in the summer and 70F in the winter. thermostat
Here’s how we compare to a few other North Carolina Community Colleges:
Durham Tech:
Occupied heating 70F / cooling 74F
Stanley CC:
Occupied heating 70F / cooling 73F
Davidson County CC:
Occupied heating 70F / cooling 73F
Wake Tech CC:
Occupied heating 69F / cooling 76F
Guilford Tech CC:
Occupied heating 70F / cooling 75F
UNC:
Occupied heating 69F / cooling 78F
NCSU:
Occupied heating 68-71F / cooling 72-75F
UNCC:
Occupied heating 71F / cooling 75F
Ap State:
Occupied heating 69F / cooling 74F

CPCC IS COMMITTED TO SAVING ENERGY AND SUSTAINABILITY!
If you have any questions, contact Pam Metcalf, energy and environmental manager, at x ext. 6079.

Energy-Savings Improvements at CPCC

Did you notice any changes when coming back for Fall semester?

  • New lighting?
  • New lighting controls?
  • Low-flow restroom fixtures?
  • More uniform temperatures and controls? CPCC’s temperature standards are 74F in the summer and 70F in the winter.

CPCC has been making changes throughout the college to save energy and water.

If your classroom or office has the option for two levels of light, PLEASE use the lower option whenever possible.

CPCC IS COMMITTED TO SAVING ENERGY AND SUSTAINABILITY!

If you have any questions, contact Pam Metcalf, energy and environmental manager, at ext. 6079.